MailScanner works for all but me!
s-luppescu at UCHICAGO.EDU
Mon May 20 03:31:42 IST 2002
On 日, 2002-05-19 at 15:44, Julian Field wrote:
> Check your Accept Spam From list and your spam.whitelist.conf list.
Thanks, Julian. It was the Accept Spam From setting. It was set to
accept mail from our network, and I get my mail automatically forwarded
from another machine on the network.
> At 20:38 19/05/2002, you wrote:
> >I installed MailScanner-3.15-2 on our mail server, and specified
> >Always Include SpamAssassin Report = yes
> >in mailscanner.conf. It seems to be doing the right thing for everybody
> >(here's a sample of someone else's mail:
> >X-MailScanner-SpamCheck: SpamAssassin (score=0.3, required 7,
> >NO_REAL_NAME, DEAR_SOMEBODY, EXCUSE_13, COPYRIGHT_CLAIMED)
> >except for me (in my regular, non-root account)! All I get is:
> I still can't see how anyone gets empty headers like that, it won't do it
> on my systems
What do you get on mail from networks you've set to Accept Spam From?
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